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Units: About 453,000 in the U.S. (in addition, about 12,000 in Canada) (The Series 503 Flushmate III was previously recalled January 2014 and June 2012.) Description: This recall is for Series 503 Flushmate III Pressure Assist flushing systems installed inside toilet tanks that were manufactured from July 2009 through April 2011. The units are rectangular, black, two-piece vessels made of injection molded plastic. Previously recalled systems were manufactured from October 1997 through June 2009. Recalled units have a date code/serial number that is 16 characters long and is located on the label on the top of the Flushmate III. The first six numerals of the serial number are the date code. The date code range for units included in this recall in MMDDYY format is 070109 (July 1, 2009) through 043011 (April 30, 2011). The date code range for previously recalled systems in MMDDYY format was 101497 (October 14, 1997) through 063009 (June 30, 2009). Units included in this recall were sold individually and installed in toilets manufactured by American Standard, Copperfit, Crane, Ecotech, Eljer, Gerber, Kohler, Lamosa, Mancesa, Mansfield, Orion, St. Thomas, Universal Rundle, Vitra, Vitromex, Vortens and Western Pottery. Incidents/Injuries: Flushmate has received two reports of the units included in this recall bursting, resulting in property damage, including one report of a minor injury.

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Social media is a great place for ongoing lead generation. Social media offers a broad reach of potential customers. The opportunities are endless on social media. Customers can be reached with targeted ads as well as an ongoing content distribution. Social media offers the perfect platform to seek out and engage customers. Plumbing companies are encouraged to establish a presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to start. There are the most widely used social media sites with the most reach. By creating an ongoing flow of unique and engaging content, plumbing companies can draw traffic to their website and increase brand awareness, which if done correctly should generate ongoing leads. Content strategies should be diversified with blogs, pictures, stories, and videos.

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These are like sponges and when saturated with water, this food material will expand and can cause a backup. In addition, bones and fibrous foods should be thrown away or composted. Moving to the bathroom, what should we steer clear of? During the holidays bathroom facilities are taxed with additional traffic and usage. Annual maintenance to clear any build-up can often prevent major toilet clogs and avoid the spread of infectious waste in the bathroom. Also, stay away from using chemicals to try and clear blockage as this rarely remedies a clogged line and can damage your pipes. If a plunger doesnt clear the clog, turn to the pros. What to be mindful of with water heaters? The arrival of cooler weather raises caution for water heaters. Cold air causes expansion and contraction in water heaters and in older units, fractures can occur resulting in failure which usually leads to flooding.

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plywood sheet into 11-1/2-in.-wide strips. Crosscut the box tops, bottoms, sides and back panels to length following Figure A, below. Make the crosscuts with a circular saw and a guide (Photo 1). Note: Figure A and a Materials List are available in pdf format in Additional Information below. Build perfectly square boxes by assembling them against a carpenters square. Drive three nails per corner to hold them together until the glue dries. Center the back panel over the box, leaving a small gap along each side. Glue and nail the panel into place. The back panel keeps the box square. Placing adjacent sides in a carpenters square ensures crisp 90-degree angles when you fasten the corners together. Set the square over wood blocks and clamp it to your work surface.

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